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  • Originally posted by R. J. Palmer View Post

    I believe her name was Winifred Ethel Cross, born 1st Quarter 1890 in Lambeth. Later married a gentleman named Waters. Cross/Waters--there's a bad joke in there, somewhere.

    I don't know if it was in the papers. Here's her marriage cert.


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    Ah, yes. Thanks, RJ.



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    • Not sure if he is related, but interesting that it was a horse and cart accident in 1876. Same year as the Charles Cross incident.

      Daily News
      August 25, 1876

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      • Thanks, Jerry.

        I expect he was a distant uncle of some degree. Fownhope was the family seat in Herefordshire. I wonder if Maria saw that.

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        • Originally posted by Gary Barnett View Post
          Thanks, Jerry.

          I expect he was a distant uncle of some degree. Fownhope was the family seat in Herefordshire. I wonder if Maria saw that.
          Hi Gary.

          Here is a later version with a different name. I think this is the correct name, according to census, this man (Thomas C) was a JP for Fownhope and died in 1882 at the age of 63.

          West End News and London Advertiser
          September 2, 1876


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